Christos Kozyrakis is an Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering & Computer Science at Stanford University. He is also the Willard R. and Inez Kerr Bell faculty scholar. Christos works on architectures, runtime environments, and programming models for parallel computer systems. His current research focuses on resource management in large-scale multi-core systems, energy efficient data centers, and architectural support for security. Christos joined Stanford in 2002 after receiving a PhD in Computer Science from UC Berkeley. His alma mater is the University of Crete in Greece. Christos' first name in full is "Christoforos"...
News and Updates
- I am co-chairing the 2012 Hot Chips Conference.
- The summary of the ISAT workshop on Advancing Computer Systems without Technology Progress.
- Our white paper on "21st Century Computer Architecture"and the blog for your comments.
- My slides on Memory Management Beyond Free() from the 2011 ISMM conference.
- What cloud computing means for architects from the 2009 WIOSCA workshop panel.
- The slides for The Case for Hardware Support for Transactional Memory.
- My notes on future directions for transactional memory research from panels at the Transact 2007 workshop, the 2007 MSR Faculty Summit, and the PPoPP'07 conference.
- A good introduction to transactional memory and the TM tutorial slides from the ACACES'08 summer school and the PACT'07 conference.
- The Phoenix system for MapReduce programming in multi-core systems.
- How to Have Bad Career as a Grad Student (check out the original too).
- If you are a student interested in working with me, read this first.